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20s at 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 in the morning. in fact, wind chills will be in the 20s all day. we will talk about not one but two arctic shots. we'll talk about that and our chance of a storm next week. we witnessed some dangerous conditions earlier today, from our shehe storm vehicle. the county decided to go with a two-hour delay, even though some parts of the county saw a lot more than we did inside the beltway. >> and now, they are focused on temperatures and the potential for today's slush to ice up overnight. in damascus, about three inches of heavy snow fell. >> that's a lot more than you just got. and as topper mentioned, any slush that is refreezing, still on walkways, any of the wet roads as topper just warned us, may refreeze tonight. that's something for school
officials to keep tabs on as we go into a potential yellow alert tomorrow morning. >> reporter: still snowing heavily today, as school let out this afternoon in damascus, with mixed opinions on the students on the wisdom of going to school on a snowy day. >> i think that it was a waste of my time. >> we shouldn't have gone to school. i had to walk. >> the roads were a little slippery. but not really too bad. >> reporter: about 3 inches of wet snow piled up in this outer suburb today. but roadways remained in good shape for school buses bringing students home. kids finding this wet variety of snow makes for the best snowballs. residents scraped away slush from parking lots and walkways, before a predicted freezeup. only the most rural lanes and driveways remained covered with snow today. >> roads are just like it rained is all. comes down and it melts. >> i'll be glad when everything is over and i can go back to fishing. >> reporter: but what doesn't
get pushed off soon is likely to be a frozen mess in the morning. in this part of montgomery county. >> they should definitely cancel it, if the roads are not okay. >> reporter: and just across the county line this morning, up in frederick county, a stutter step. at least they called it delays for two hours, then reconsidered and closed schoolsault. just -- schools auth. -- altogether. with the potential for refreezing, it may dew point itself. reporting live in damascus, scott broom, wusa 9. >> they're going to default to everyone's safety every time. schools began on time in prince george's county, despite the snow. some people we spoke to weren't happy about that. others had a two-hour delay. further north, a masonry worker said he probably wouldn't have to work today because of the snow. to virginia, where school is canceled in loudoun county, where schools saw several
inches of snow. this video from the percival and round hill areas. by midafternoon, roads were just wet. snow may be accumulating on the grassy areas. the wusa 9news app. when there is bad weather on the hovizon. you can -- horizon. you can stay with the touch of your thumb. a free download for your apple and android devices the. new information on the school volunteer, charged with producing child pornography. parents say kids have been talking about deontae caraway's activities, long before he was arrested on saturday. stephanie is live in glen arden with more on this part of the story. >> reporter: lesli, i spoke with a parent today, and she told me these kids knew these things were going on since 2004, when deontae cara way was first hired at the school. she said kids would talk about this in the hallways and school administrators should have
known. >> because i have a 7-year-old. and i also have an 11-year-old. and like i asked my son, did any sexual activities happen to him? >> reporter: that's a conversation lakeisha murphy never imagined she would have to have with her young son. >> he said no. but my son said that everybody knew about it. all the kids knew about him. so it's sad that an adult had to find out from a picture. >> reporter: that nude photo was discovered by a child's uncle, in the kid's text messengerrer app on the boy's phone. shortly after, deontae cara way was arrested for child porn and child sex abuse. he was here at the school. some of the videos were made in school bathrooms. they say cara way played santa claus at the school last christmas. >> i just feel he got what he deserved. >> detectives say there are at least 10 victims, who range in age from 9 to 13.
school officials say caraway went through a background check and it came back clean. these two tell me caraway dressed unprofessionally at school. and many parents were concerned. >> like with pajama pants. and things like that. just felt too free. like i don't know. it was just too much for me to see. and for the kids. >> reporter: now, after his arrest for child sex crimes, murphy said school administrators could have prevented this. >> i hold responsible the principal. because the principal and administration. because they should have followed up on that. shouldn't have even came to this point. >> quick correction. i meant 2014, instead of 2004. concerned parents met with school administrators today to talk about all of this and crisis counselors are at the schools to help students who need it. reporting live tonight in prince george's county, stephanie gailhard, wusa 9.
>> a lot of frustrated parents out there. thank you, stephanie. if you or anyone you know is concerned about a possible victim in this case, police want to hear from you. you can call 1-800-call-fbi. or prince george's county police, at 301-772-4930. plus, we have more on the kick app that the suspect allegedly used. we'll have more on that part of the story, coming up at 5:30. a school bus mishap in wheaton this afternoon. montgomery county police say that bus was trying to turn from connecticut avenue to randolph road. but somehow ended up in somebody's front yard. the driver was the only person on board. he's being evaluated now. and the accident is under investigation. new information now, stemming from the murder of a teenage girl from blacksburg, virginia. her friend, telling our editorial partners at the washington post, that nicole lovel talked about running away and sarting a family with her alleged killer, david eisenhower.
eisenhower and another virginia tech freshman, natalie keepers, are charged in lovell's death. lovell's father tells dr. phil that she was grounded before for having inappropriate conversations with men online. her dad also explained to dr. phil why he thinks nicole fought back against her attackers. >> the keepers girl, in her mug shot, looked like she had a scar. i couldn't tell in court because she had her hair over. but you can see it in those pictures right there. you can see the scar going down her face. >> now, the rest of that interview airs tomorrow at 4:00, right here on wusa 9 on dr. phil. after years of broken promises and false starts, d.c. today, announced a plan to close the decrepid d.c. homeless shelter. families will move to new short- term housing facilities in all eight wards. d.c. general is where 8-year- old relishia rud was, before police suspected she was
abducted and murdered. bruce leshan has been talking to homeless families and neighbors. he'll bring you that storying -- story coming up at 6:00. voting is under way for new hampshire in the first primary. donald trump and bernie sanders are heavily favored in the polls. but as garrett haake reports, one candidate who isn't getting much publicity is making a big push in the granite state. >> long lines for people to get in and vote. the secretary of state here predicting potentially a record turnout in new hampshire, on both the democrat and republican contests. the good news, the snow outside has been cleared off the road. people are able to get out now of new hampshire. people can come in as an undeclared voter. and they can pick up whichever ballot they want. we are seeing that happening today. good news for insurgents, bernie sanders and donald trump. on the other side, one candidate who needs a strong
showing here, ohio governor john kasich visited this polling place earlier today. and said if he does well here tonight, it will be a validation of his old school approach to campaigning in small venues across the state. >> i don't know of any other way to do it. when i first started, it was little coffees in people's homes am so this is what i -- i've been doing what comes naturally. and i just hope to carry it on as much as i can, going forward. even with big crowds. i still want to be in a place where i can kind of walk through the crowds and have them look at me and understand what's in my heart and soul. and what i intend to do. and you know, how we can get this country to rise again. >> of course the opsight side of that, -- opposite side of that, with donald trump. the polls are predicting a big night for trump here tonight. but it's going to be up to these people to decide. reporting in new hampshire, garrett haake, wusa 9. >> and we have a results section on our wusa 9 app.
for the latest numbers in the new hampshire primary. i'm going to try to get her out of the water now. >> good catch. new video tonight, from fairfax county police. showing officers rescuing a young girl. their helicopter, using thermal imagery. to help find the juvenile in the falls church area. this happened last thursday night, after that girl was reported missing. you see the white shapes there? that's the officer helping the girl out of the water. she was taken to the hospital and treated for nonlife- threatening injuries. we are just getting started on wusa 9news at 5:00. he was bombarded with text messages after chipotle announced a free burrito promotion. the bethesda man tells his wrong-number story in just a little bit. moving on from metro. the agency explaining why riders are finding new ways to get to work. tonight's weather problems won't have anything to do with snow. topper is back with more on what we can expect. >> looks great out there right now. >> and right after the break.
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switch to better. switch to fios. so imagine finding out, someone had trashed the brand- new home you were just about to buy. that's what happened to a family in fairfax. wusa 9's peggy fox, joining us live from the new metro west condo complex. that's near the vienna metro station. so peg, with what in -- what in the world happened here? >> here's the vienna metro
station. on the first floor is where this condo is. and the family says that's exactly what they want it to be. this close to the metro. everything looked good, until this past weekend. and now they say that condo is not at all what they agreed to buy. >> it's invasion of privacy. because i don't know what happened in those bedrooms. i don't know how many people were there. >> with alexandra parish and her brother came to check out the brand new condo her parents are buying, they were shocked. >> reporter: and sunday, the door was unlocked. inside, the place was trashed from a party. >> there was an apple, turned into a pipe. and there was, i guess, traces of either tobacco or weed, left on the floor, or the counter top, things like that. there was lighters everywhere. >> there was clothing left behind. >> reporter: the mess was everywhere. >> and what was the most disgusting part of what you saw? >> there was -- i guess someone hadn't flushed the toilet. and there was also throw-up everywhere. >> reporter: her parents,
norman and lily parish, were set to close on the half million new condo tomorrow. but they're worried about permanent damage to the countertops and floors. >> the floors have been scratched up. the countertop, didn't see what was on there. it was coming off. also, there was wine spilled or something red spilled all over the carpets. and there was like a cigarette burn on the carpets. >> you don't feel comfortable coming here and calling it home. >> reporter: the condo is part of a complex, built by poulty homes, called the flats at metro west. >> hi. >> hello there. >> how are you? >> a field manager we found told us the company would make it right. >> reporter: now, vispoken to norman parish over the phone. he did not want to do an on- camera interview. but he said the company has apologized to him and agreed to replace some items. but he said, look, i wanted to buy a new condo. and this is not new. they're still trying to work
things out. a spokesman for poulty said they have talked to the customer and they have rearranged and delayed the closing dates. they're trying to work things out. reporting live from fairfax, peggy fox, wusa 9. >> all right, peg. thank you for that. we're tracking metro now. and there is new evidence that more people are saying goodbye. according to documents posted on metro's website, rail ridership is now at the same level as it was back in 2004. weekday rider ship is down more than 6% through december. compared to the previous year. and rider ship on buses and trains is also down more than 5%, compared to the previous year. metro's documents say the drop was pervasive and it was not linked to any particular event or to weather. metro notes that frequent and unpredictable delays are the likely contributing factors to that decline in rail requiredship the. more video here of today's snow from loudoun county.
thick, wet flakes. commuters here, making their way along route 7 in sterling. that doesn't look too comfortable. the snow sticking to grassy surfaces. the roads however, were clear enough to allow traffic to move freely. and we were not alone. snow fell south to alabama. up to 2 inches fell in the northern part of the state. closer to home, snow fell in york county, pennsylvania. and our neighbors to the north in baltimore were also hit with a wintry mix. but of course, there's nothing like perspective, right, topper? because everybody is saying it's nothing like the blizzard that hit. two weeks ago. >> not even a legitimate storm. it was kind of nice. my favorite type of storm -- or dad's favorite type of storms doesn't really stick on the roads of. >> no one was really sticking around? >> no. schools handled it well, i thought. which is good. we have accumulations for you. you had to get out there and measure quickly before it melted. that's how warm it was. we told you that the
temperatures above freezing were going to save us. oftentimes, upstairs can support snow. but then you have to decide, well, is it cold enough at the surface to actually accumulate the snow. damascus, they are the winners. saw the beautiful video there. two inches. only half an inch in charlestown, west virginia. that's it. three-degree guarantee. i think we'll be okay today. we went for a high of 41. i know that seems kind of high. but it got kind of close to 40 today. we'll let you know how you did at 11:00. live outside, we're 38 now. dew points in the upper 20s. so slightly dryer air has moved in. winds now north/northwest at 10. such to indicate that we're going to see a little colder air tonight. we're not looking at a flash freeze tonight. but there will be slick spots. and i'm even more concerned about the next batch of showers possible overnight. right now, nothing quiet.
up into pennsylvania. we'll zoom in a little bit. we had a sprinkle a little bit ago, around silver spring. now it is gone. we have partly sunny skies across the board. so temperatures will be below freezing across the burbs. bus stop temperatures, 26 to 34. but given the winds tomorrow, dress for the teens. pretty cold day tomorrow. just kind of a harbinger of how cold we're going to get. into the week and weekend. slick spots wednesday morning. so there could be black ice. and also could be because of little areas of snow showers overnight. and arctic air arrives thursday and sets up camp right on through monday morning of next week. we have a prolonged period of temps below freezing. get ready to open up your cabinet doors. under your sink. no real problems but temperatures are below freezing. 35 till downtown. i think that's a little warm, quite frankly. that in manassas. 31 in fairfax. and 31 also in silver spring. you see the snow showers move
across overnight. and that's why we're thinking about extending the yellow weather alert. even by 6:00 a.m., you folks in la plata, andrews, calvert county, st. mary's county, could have a little coating. and that's not what you need as you try to get to work monday morning with temperatures around 30. by 9:00, it's gone. temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30. and by 1:00, fair amount of sunshine with temperatures generally in the upper 30s to near 40. it's going to snow until further notice, west of the divide. oakland, you might make 20 for a high tomorrow. day planner looks like this. 32 to start. 33 at 9:00. 36 at 11:00. and 39 at 1:00 p.m. but it will be breezy. dress for the 20s. arctic air. real arctic air arrives. only 30 for a high on friday. next seven days, snow showers possible on saturday. kind of a reinforcement of the arctic air. only 23 for high. 24 for valentine's day. next storm, monday night into tuesday. could be snow, could be snow and rain. could stay to our south.
models are not in agreement. >> topper, thank you. big news we're following internationally tonight. at least 10 people have been killed. 17, critically injured after a head-on train collision in germany. >> the german transport minister says the trains were traveling about 60 miles an hour before the crash, southeast of munich. now, authorities say it is unclear why those trains ran directly into each other on the same tracks. the two engineers of the trains appear to be among the dead. investigators will be studying two of the three data recorders that have been recovered so far. investigators, trying to determine whether a man in india was killed by a meteorite, a four-foot-deep crater was found in the ground, near the body of a bus driver. if confirmed, this would be the first recorded death from a piece of falling spacerock, in nearly 200 years. this happened saturday. experts say meteorite deaths are extremely rare because the rocks usually burn up in the
atmosphere. or they land in remote areas. a database, designed to help you find problems with your vehicle, apparently isn't up to snuff. and more problems for a struggling department store chain. and right after the break. an investigation into why this cruise ship sailed right into a nasty storm, with thousands of frightened passengers aboard. as a small business owner, here's one thing you can rely on: your business will change as it grows.
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florida senator bill nelson, calling for the ntswb to investigate the cruise ship. frightened passengers reported 30-foot waves crashing into the boat. deck chairs got tossed about. senator nelson questioning why the ship would go into a storm that had been forecast for four days. in tonight's consumer alert, the center for auto safety is suing the department of transportation for failing to create a surgable database that you can use to search for safety defects. now, the consumer group is accusing the department of transportation of violating a law that directs the agency
secretary to make all the communications available for automakers to dealer and car owners of the safety defects by make and model and year. you are supposed to be able to search that easily. cis says the agency's current database does not meet the standards of law. there are a lot more aviators crowding the skies these days. the fbi counts more than 325,000 registered drone owners in the united states. that is more than the number of licensed pilots. the agency says that figure might actually be higher because most drone operators own more than one of them. poor holiday sales have pushed sears to close 50 more underperforming stores. the retailer shuttered hundreds of locations in the past few years and may even consider selling off its auto center business. well, coffee and chocolate. nothing quite like it to get your heart beating a time or two on valentine's day. so starbucks is brewing up
three molten chocolate drinks in honor of the special day. and they are available through february 14th. >> send your loved one into calorie overload. >> that's right. straight ahead, a wounded veteran is one step closer to getting his new home in chevy chase, with help from hollywood. the ted nugent post that has people calling for his ouster from the nra. and the anonymous messaging app that youn [mother] yeah but this neighborhood,i feel like it's got a lot of what we were kinda talking about. we should definitely go see it. [agent] hi. melanie. maggie. living room. [dad]what about this? this looks good. [brendan] no. [mother] isn't it great?
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police say he had nude photos of minors on the mobile app kick. >> that's how authorities caught 22-year-old deontae caraway. the principal volunteer, now facing multiple counts of child pornography. parents say they are sickened with the thought of caraway communicating with their kids online. >> while standing here, i downloaded the kick app on my cell phone, using a fake user name and phone number. and that is a problem with arps like -- apps like this. you can be anyone you want to be. >> reporter: kick found to be a way for communication for 22- year-old deontae caraway. caraway worked as a volunteer. >> check their phone. you trust them, but you can trust them to a certain extent. but chicago your kids' phone.
check them. >> she couldn't say it enough. not as much upset with the app kick, but with those parents who still don't monitor their children's social media kick. sharing pornographic images. kick is also where authorities believe eisenhower met nicole lovell in the murder case. an upper marlboro man was arrested for using kick to solicit sex from a 12-year-old on its website. the app boasts 12 million users, with over 40% of them teenagers or young adults. they tell our sister station, kick is one of the many apps he warns parents about. >> from exploitation to overseas terrorist recruiting is happening on applications like this. >> i don't trust nobody anymore. >> if you feel your children
have important information, please contact authorities right away. in glen arden, i'm stephanie ramirez. a kick app spokesperson is on record, as to say they are working actively with authorities. police want you to call the child and vulnerable adult use unit. that number there on your screen. we also have it on our wusa 9 app. one of the most popular stories right now, on wusa 9.com. cracking the codes, that kids are using on social media. you can learn more about acronyms like p ir -- that story is on our wusa 9news. a couple is calling on the epa to address what they say are serious public safety threats. >> and they gathered at the national press club today to make their case. flint, michigan is still reeling from a chrys, involving
lead and -- crisis, involving lead and other toxic chemicals in its water supply. critics say they downplayed the risks and hid the warnings, involving two environmental disasters. >> we are addressing a tale of two cities. fliptd, michigan -- flint, michigan and bridge lake, super fun site near erie. and the immoral behavior of the people there and the polluters. >> reporter: the moms from missouri say they are concerned about a fire that is threatening to move toward the illegally dumped waste from the manhattan project. pressure on the nra tonight to remove ted nugent from its board of directors. yesterday on facebook, nugent posted a people, entitled, so who is really behind gun control? it had the faces of jewish american leaders who have supported anti-gun laws.
but they said it is nothing short of conspiratorial anti- jewish defamation. nugent responded saying that anyone behind gun control are nazis in disguise. senate overriding governor larry's veto last year. being able to vote helps felons rejoin society, according to some. opointents -- opponents want them to be able to vote after they complete their post-prison obligations. for one local wounded soldier, help has come all the way from hollywood. photojournalist, james heeshbrings us this story. >> as you all know, luis is a miracle. >> reporter: u.s. army captain, luis avila was nearly killed by
an i.e.d. he lost a leg, suffered brain damage and was left partially paralyzed. doctors feared he would never survive, let alone recover. but today, he and his family broke ground for their new home. brought to them by an old friend of wounded veterans. >> i'm lieutenant dan -- >> the gary sinise foundation, best known for his portrayal of wounded veteran lieutenant dan. they help people like avila. >> it's good to have a new home. and this is going to be a new beginning in our life and help in our road to recovery. >> i love you all. >> avila's battles didn't end with the blast that nearly took his life. they continue daily. in physical therapy, in voice therapy, and in a world often built without regard for the
need of severely wounded veterans. >> we couldn't have access to everywhere. we may have our dream come true. and we're grateful. >> in chevy chase, james hesh, wusa 9. >> the home was the 41st house built by the gary sinise foundation. construction begins soon and the family hopes to move in by this summer. trending now. big trouble. for the man accused of tossing an alligator into a drive- through window. can't makethis stuff up. guess what state that happened in. >> this is a story with teeth. >> o, boy. and this doesn't seem like a happy meal. why a fast food worker left -- why an office worker left fast food in her office for nearly six years. >> gross. and beyonce and her super bowl performance this weekend.
we are going to see temperatures below freezing. and some slick spots are possible late tomorrow and tomorrow. here are the lows. 26 in gaithersburg. also in alne. 28 in fairfax. we'll come back. we'll talk about the -- also the possibility of more snow showers overnight. morning ted! scott! ready to hit some balls? ooh! hey buddy, what's up? this is what it can be like to have shingles. oh, man. a painful, blistering rash. if you had chickenpox, the shingles virus is already inside you. 1 in 3 people will get shingles in their lifetime. after almost 3 weeks, i just really wanted to give it a shot. you know, i'm not feeling it today. talk to your doctor or pharmacist today about a vaccine that can help prevent shingles. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow.
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let's get to tonight's trending stories. a florida man is in hot water today. after what he calls a prank gone wrong. >> this genius, 23-year-old joshua james. 23. went through a drive through in west palm beach. the server gave him the order. and he tossed that by giving him a three-foot gator through the window. >> 23 years ole -- old. >> this would back in october. but the u.s. marshal just brought the reptile tosser into custody. james said he picked up the gator on the side of the road. his parents said he's a really good kid who made a stupid mistake. you're not a stupid kid, 23 years old anymore. >> ever wonder what an untouched mcdonald's happy meal
looks like six years later. >> apparently it looks untouched. and it's one of the hottest stories on facebook tonight. with more than 250,000 shares. healthcare worker, jennifer lovecall says it was part of an apartment -- experiment to show her patients how bad it is. she said it doesn't rot. she posted the receipt along with the food. but there's no way for us to prove that the food is 6 years old. but if it's true, ewww. >> you need to verify that. >> yeah. i'm sure air b&b has to be happy with this recent celebrity endorsement. >> according to bravo tv, beyonce tagged air b&b as she sat poolside at this private home that goes for an affordable, $10,000 a night.
the self-proclaimed masterpiece features views of san francisco and a lovely fireplace. >> i guess if we all pooled together, we could maybe pay for one of us to dip a toe in the water. it's a lot of days, right? it's national pancake day. yum. national bagel day. national pizza day. yum. perhaps we could come up with a food that combines all three of them into one unholy meal. until then, check out the wusa 9news app for the best places in our area. find delicious pancakes and bagels and pizza. >> in a strange coincidence, tomorrow actually call your cardiolo dgistay. so i think it all works. >> or your nutritionist or trainer day. which nba super star was moonlighting at super bowl 50? a clear picture. not much more clear than this, though. that's on the way. >> we'll head out to new orleans, where the mardi gras celebrations are under way. and right after the break,
so a bethesda man cell phone, finally cooling down after hundreds of people text him, saying i want a free burrito. >> could you imagine that happening to your phone all day long? it started when chipotle closed their stores during lunch monday, to retrain people on safety measures. then to make up for it, they offered free burritos for customers who texted a promotional number. but as jan jeffcoat tells us, one digit made all the difference. >> my none -- phone number is 888-222. >> he sure has an easy number to remember. >> so i'm sitting at home, minding my own business at noon. then all of a sudden, i get a text that says, rain check. and i text back, question mark. and the person texts, where is
my burrito? >> text rain check to 888222 and you get a tupon for -- coupon burrito. but those customers with that area code who added an extra 2 got him. >> as many texts as he's gotten, he should have gotten a free burrito for every text he got. >> sounds fair. >> henry did contact chipoatdly you -- chipotle because he wanted customers to get their deal. >> i was feeling badly for all of these burritoless folks and my phone battery was dying. >> he offered to give chipotle the numbers of all 300 people or so who texted him. the restaurant did not take them, but they did offer him four coupons for free bur identitiy -- free burritos.
>> going to work out well for him. not so much. he's probably still getting texted now. when is the madness going to end. sorry, bro. to new orleans now. where the mardi gras celebration is under way. good times, certainly rolling on bourbon street and elsewhere. wind gusts feeling like the upper 30s. probably putting a damper on the bourbon street dashers. jim gavore is part of a neighborhood party society that has been marching to its own mardi gras tune for the last 47 years. >> nobody watches this parade. everybody participates. they're coming out of their houses, onto the sidewalk, waiting for us to join in. >> the guy looks like a hip ster george lucas there. the mardi gras parties end at midnight, as fat tuesday gives way to ash wednesday. and lent season begins for christians. >> everybody is eating and eating and eating, until they
have to sacrifice. >> only 58 tomorrow. >> sunny. >> they won't even feel the temperature. >> they will not feel it. we're looking at arctic air on the doorstep here. and prance one more round of snow showers overnight tonight. live look united states. still 38. dew points in the upper 20s. winds north/northwest at 10. a little dryer air moving in. yesterday, dew points above freezing. that's why none of us got below freezing overnight. let's talk about radar. we'll widen this out. and we'll see a lot of showers and snow showers in richmond. and somebody is going to work their way northward overnight. there's also pieces of energy that will rotate around and roll through overnight as well. we may see one more round of snow showers. which could actually cause big problems in southern maryland tomorrow. so we may have to extend the weather alert. temperatures will be below 32 by 8:00 in the suburbs. we're not looking at a flash freeze, as we mentioned
earlier. but still, there will be thick spots. bus stop temps, 26 to 34. then some slick spots in the morning. and that arctic air arrives thursday, sets up camp. it's going to be cold here, thursday through monday morning. probably below freezing, thursday through monday morning. 10:00 tonight, no real problems. temperatures, though, flirting flirting with 30. so we're looking at slick spots. maybe 32 from frederick. temps quite high. 30 in gaithersburg. 31 in silver spring. and about 32 in dumfries. notice the snow showers that roll through overnight. they roll through from fairfax and montgomery, they cross 95 around 4:00. and end up in southern maryland about 5:30. this will cause problems if this were to come topaz. we'll keep a close eye on that. temperatures above freezing. you look at the shades of blue, it's a healthy little snow shower. then it gets out of here pretty quickly. by 9:00, we're done. temperatures low 30s.
by 1:00, temperatures near 40 in the downtown area. and upper 30s in the suburbs. on the day planner, even downtown, we're starting at freezing, and up to 36 at 11 -- 11:00. up to 39, almost 40 by 1:00 p.m. so thursday, here comes the arctic air. perhaps the flurry, 29. only 30 on friday. partly cloudy. next seven days, gets colder. 20s for highs on saturday and sunday. valentine's day. snow showers possible on saturday. that could lay down a quick coating as well. next storm or possible storm monday into tuesday. and models all over the place. could start out as snow by monday night. now, wusa game on sports with kristen berset. brought to you by xfinity. the second-ranked maryland terrapins host bowie state. no doubt, we know how this game will go between david and goliath. they said the emphasis for this team would be defense.
we've seen that take hold over the past couple of months. the terps allow a conference low of 63.8 points a game. so even when they're having an off night, they can rely on the strength of their defense. >> we all know that we have guys who are capable of being great offensively at any given night. but, you know, as especially this year, as you have seen, you know, from us and from other teams, you know, you're going to have off nights. and if we just continue to focus on defense, we're always going to be in the game. >> the super bowl is where sewell leb rites go to be -- celebrities go to be seen, but he wasn't in the skyboxes, enjoying the game. he was on the field working. durant enjoyed the game from the players' perspective, moonlighting as a still photographer. durant was invited by the nfl to be part of the media. and the thunder was already in the bay area and had the day off. so he said, why not?
he was asked about his experience today. >> to be able to experience something that is so huge. so big. i went to the game last year. but taking pictures is something i love to do. you know, i am definitely going to sit down and have a glass of pino noir and talk about this for a long time. he has no idea what is going on behind him. >> no clue. he was talking about this cool series he had. and lo and behold. >> talk about drinking wine and taking pictures. there's a different side of kevin durant. >> you're right there. >> he's trying all sorts of different things. well, of course the other big story was cam newton, walking out of his press conference. he got a lot of heat for that. cam spoke out today about walking out of that post game press conference. and you won't believe what he had to say. i'll have that for you guys
coming up a little later at 6:00. >> we'll look for that. kb, thanks am. and coming up at 6:00, with bruce and jan, it appears to be a race for second place, in today's new hampshire republican primary. we're at donald trump's election night party in manchester. also at 6:00, reaction to the mayor's player to shut down the dilapidated d.c. homeless shelter. there's a new sport coming to a gym near you. bubble ball. i'm mark albert in washington, with this
there is a new sport popping up everywhere, from kids birthday parties to social media. >> maybe we'll see it here in the studio one day. players aren't just having a ball, they're wearing one. mark albert explains. >> when these players face off, they get knocked off their feet. it's a new sport called bubble soccer. and it's a big hit. >> it's hilarious. >> this is actually a great game. if there was a league, i'd for sure be signing up for it. >> reporter: after seeing it on social media, steve put a team together. >> they have these videos of people getting knocked out. and who doesn't want to do that on a saturday? >> like traditional soccer, the goal is to get the ball in the net. although at times, it looks less like soccer and more like bumper cars. despite appearances, organizers say it's mostly injury-free. >> they just get up laughing.
and it's just no-holds barred. going at it. >> ryan shuman and john mill hausen brought their first bubble in 2014. and now average 30 to 40 rentals a month. >> we've had 8-year-olds up to 80-year-olds play. and we've done corporate events, little kids parties. >> playing soccer while wearing 20 pounds of plastic is not quite as easy as it looks. this is pretty see through. >> i was identifying my t-shirt -- teammate the by their shoes. >> the balls are very hot. it's like being inside a thermos. the short burst of plague give the everyone a -- gives everyone a chance. mark alberts, cbs news, washington. bubble ball md starts rentals at 10 bubble balls about 300 an hour. enough for 10 to 20 people.
you do the math. not bad. you can find them online at bubble ball.com. and bubble soccer was a few years ago. it's now spreading quickly throughout the u.s. right now, at 6:00, record turnout expected in new hampshire, as voters head to the polls in the nation's first presidential primary. also, coming up, finally a plan to close the district's largest and most troubled homeless shelter. we've got reaction to the mayor's plan to put new shelters in every ward of the city. and the fbi gets involved in the case of an l.a. school volunteer, accused of producing child porn. good evening, i'm jan jeffcoat. >> and i'm bruce johnson. tonight, they are making choices for who should be the next president of the united states. >> polls in the granite state close in just one hour. democrat bernie sand every -- sanders and republican donald trump have held commanding lead for the past few weeks. but tonight, the real battle may be for second place on the
republican side. garet headache joins -- garrett haake joins us from donald trump's election night campaign headquarters. >> donald trump has held a lead. and he invested a little more to help him hold onto it. but all across the state, the men battling for second place scrambled for votes. >> reporter: supporters were outside a national polling place this morning. where the ohio governor joked about his three votes votes to two win over donald trump in the tiny town of dixville notch. where they vote at midnight. >> you win dixville notch, i mean, there's nowhere to go but up from there. what a great win. it was really great. i saw trump, by the way, i said, i crushed you. he said, yeah, you killed me. >> but anecdotal good news for the trump campaign. dozens of new voters register